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Real Life Iron Man Suit

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Uploaded on Mar 1, 2011

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Giving the wearer superhuman strength and agility through high-pressure hydraulics, the Raytheon second generation Exoskeleton (XOS 2) makes any wearer a real life 'Iron Man'. Just like Tony Stark in the Marvel blockbuster film the wearer of XOS 2 can lift up to 200 pounds with little or no effort and has an ease of movement that allows a football to be kicked, a punch bag to be kicked or even stairs to be climbed. Developed by Salt Lake City based Raytheon Sarcos, the suit was designed to be used by the US military to allow one soldier to do the work of two or three, lifting heavy munitions with an eye one day on bringing a field version for infantry into action.

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